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V?.-. XXIV. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1864. N?. 3,543.
I " \ IT VP *TATES MARSHAL'S S4LE OF CON
I VlSCATRD PROPERTY IN TUB
P? yrtne of fifty writ* of venditioni exponas
.<?it?d 'torn the Clerk's Office of the U. 8. District
?'i \rt fi r the above District, and to me <iir<M?ted.
I will offer st public sale, for cash,to the highest
i iiMfr, commencing at 10 o'clock a hi., on TuBS
D v Y, ;he lQfh dsyof July. 18*4. et the Court House
?ioi.r. < K.wt ftont Post Office Building,) Alexandria.
Va . all the right, title, interest and estate of the
parties named helow in and to the following de
unbed real and personal property, to-wit:
IN PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY
WILLIAM PLUCMAN'S?The "Swan 'Point''
ta?m; aWmt 1(4) acres. me mile east of U cog nan.
The " Louisiana Ken tu oky" far m; about 2&J acres,
Ihlf a mile southwest of Occoquan.
Hi use and Lot inOecoqusn.
JOHN H. HAMMILL'S?House and lot in Occo
^ n an.
Vacant lot in Oc.-oqiian.
?'0I1N W. FAIRFA X'S? Freestone Point farm
and fishery: W acres on the Potomac riyer, near
IN FAIRFAX COUNTY.
ARTHUR HERBERT'S?Farm; about 6^ acres,
tl,e Fairfax Seminary grounds.
SAMLkL COOPKR'S?Farm: about 3" acres,
about one mile ?e#t of Alexandria.
R 0. MASON'S?Farm. about ^h) acres, and tract
adjoining of about loo acres, in all 9"0 acres, more
or less, about three nnil a half miles south of Alex
FRENCH FORREST'S?' Clermont Plantation;"
about three miles west of Alexandria; large farm.
GEORGE K. WITMER 8? Farm; 4* acres and 33
poles, about 2 miles we-t of Alexandria.
Ten acres. 2 roods. 25 poles, adjoining above; on
one of these tracts there is a large, hands#tne new
W. 3. KEMI'ER'??'"Clifton" farm; about 2'a
nmles s^uth ot' Alexandria: lar~e farm.
SAMUEL R. JOHNSTON'S?West Gmre farm:
about acres, immediately south of Hunting
^w'*G. CA/ENOVE'S?Farm: about 177^' acres,
together with the tract adjoining, formerly be
longing to Whiting A. Lee, 2 miles west of Alex
Farm. about 14 a~res. about 2 miles west of Alex
WILMER P. CORSE'S?Farm; about 117 acres.
al>out fi miles west of Alexandria.
GEORGE H PADGETT'C?Four acres, 2 poles
of land immediately west of Alexandria.
Lot on Little River Turnpike, east of toll-gate;
U> feet front, 1M feet deep, more or less.
Seven acres of land on turnpike leading west
JOSEPH BRUIN'S?House and lot at Wert End,
rnburb of Alexandria.
l ot at West End; llOfert 6 inches in front, and
in depth 2i? feet 1 inch.
RICHARD LRGCH FORD'S-House and lot of
2? acres and 102 poles at West End.
House and lot at W> ?t End occupied by John Klein
as a"' Brewery, ftc."
Farm of 41 acres, more or less, six miles fro? Al
exandria on the Leesbtirg road.
MURRY MASON'S-Chestnut Hill farm; about
19a acres, about three miles south of Alexandria.
IN AI.EX VNDRIA CITY.
GEORGE K WITMER'S and DENNIS R.
BLACK LOCK S? Lots No. 5, t>, 7, 3 and 9, on east
side of Fairfax street, between Jefferson and
Franklin streets; each lot 20 feot front, 123 feet 5
WILLIAM N. McVBIGH and WII.LTAM H
FOWLE'S?Three story brick house on Koy.il
*freet;W feet north of Kint;2> feet front, 5i feet
W1I.LIAM H. FOWLE'S?Lot southwest corner
of Prince and Payne streets; 12? feet 5 inches on
Prince street. 143 feet 7 inches on Payne.
I.oteast side of Henry street. 139 feet north of
Wolfe street; 19 feet front. FHJfeet deep.
ARTHUR HERBERT'S?Lots Nos. 2, to 10 in
flusive, on south side of Madison street, between
Columbus and Alfred streets; the whole about ii3
feet b incites in front, and h?> feet deep.
MONTGOMERY I). CORSE'S-Lot on north side
?if King street, between Royal and Pitt streets; 2G
feet front, 85 fe' t deep.
DAVID FUNSTiN'S?Sacres.S rods and 2'poles
t>n Washington road.
JAMBS C. NEVETT'S-Lot north side of Duke,
between Pitt and St. Asaph streets; about 23 feet
front and 83 feet deep.
WILLIAM WHA LEY'S-Lot on Queen street. 110
feet from the corner of Henry street; 40 feet 10
inch in front, leu feet deep.
Lot southwest corner of Queen and Patrick ets.;
75 feet on Queen, 1'ifl feet on Patrick streets.
JOHN L. PASfcOB and EDWARD SANGSTBR'8
? Quarter square, southeast corner of Prince and
JAMES H. MCLEAN'S?Let southeast corner of
Cameron and Fayette streets; n0 feet on Cameron
street, inn feet on Fayette street.
JAMES II REID'S?Quarter square, southwest
corner of Wolf and Alfred streets, with buildings
Lot N W corner Wilkes and Alfred streets: 123
feet 5 inches on Wilkes. 12d feet 7 inches on Alfred,
more or less with buildings thereon.
LAWRENCE B. TAYLOR'S?House and lot; Wo.
164 Prince street.
DANIE1' F. HOOE'S?Forty-eight shares of the
stock of the Alexandria Water Company.
R H DULAN1VS?One hundred and thirty-fire
shares of the stock of the Fire Insurance Company
W. G. CA'/ ENOVE'S?Twenty shares of Alexan
dria Corporation stock.
Dr. ORLANDO FAIRFAX'S? Eighty-srren
fhares of Alexandria Corporation stock.
RAYMOND FAIRFAX'S?Twenty-two shares of
Alexandria Corporation stock.
ALBERT FAIRFAX'S?Seven shares of Alexan
dria Corporation stock , ,, ,
EDWARDS. HUTCHINSON S?Household fur
niture. . ,, ,
Dr M M. LEWIS'? Household furniture.
ROBERT E. LEE'S? Household furniture.
W. N. A J. H. McVEIGH'S?House and lot on
Cameron street; at present occupied by George W.
The furniture will be sold at such places as may
*e convenient; said places will be announced at
the Court House door. All purchasers must pay
ten per cent, of the amount ol their bid as soon as
fctiuck off. or tlie projperty will be resold at once.
JOHN UNDERWOOD. D. S. Marshal
Je 28 20d Eastern District of Virginia.
Y GREEN & WILLIAMS. Auctioneers.
TRFSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY.
_ By x irtueof a deed of trust dated the 31st dny of
May. W, recorded it) Liber J. A. 8., No. 2'4. folios
Ac., one of the land records of Washington
rounty. District of Columbia, and at the request of
all the parties interested, I shall, on FRI DAY AF
TERNOON. the lith of July next. 1S64, sell at pub
lic *u? f ion, on the premise-1. Lots Nos. 4,5,6,7, 3.9
1", 1! 12, and 11. in Sauare No. 1 ncd. in the city ol
Washington, being tne west half of said square.
These lots front on D arid K streetsnorth and 12th
street east, and some of them are improved by a
dwelling and slaughter bouse.
Terras of sale: One-third ea^h; the residue in
two equal pnyments, with the purchaser's notes
ntsix and twelve months, with interest from the
day of sale.
Deed given and deed of trust taken to secure said
All conveyances and revenue stamps at the pur
If the terms of sale ar? not complied with in five
<'ays. the Trustee reserves the riirht, after one
week's advertisement in any newspaper in Wash
ington ' ity, to resell, at the risk and cost of the
WM. R. WOODWARD. Trustee.
je 23-eoAds GREBN A W ILLI AMS Auct.
Y THOMAS BOWLING, Auct.; Georgetown.
By authority of a deed of trust, dated the 9th
February. I;s57, and recorded in Liber J A. S.< No.
281, folio 224, from John Ellis and another, to se
ra: e a debt due to Sam'I Cropley,and by hia direc
t.on. I thai' sell at auction.on M0N DAY,1st Aujnist
next, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon, or the prem
ises. the piece or parcol of ground in Georgetown,
being parts of Lots No.74 and 75. in the old town,
frontinjt on the north side of Water street, and
beginning at a point 12r> feet l1; inches westerly
from the corner of High and Water streets, and
running from paid beginning with Water street
westerly 25 feet, thence north to a 3? feet alley,
thence east with said alley 25 feet, thenee south to
the place of Degilining, with the house thereon.
Terms: one-third of the purchase money in cash,
and tbe residue at six and twelve months?notes,
with surety, bearing interest?and a lien on the
premise* until paid, and when paid the property
to he conveyed to the purchaser; and unleas the
terms are complied with within five daya from the
sale ? re-sale will be made, after a week's notice
in the Evening Star, at the cost and riak of the
Deeds, stamp* Ac., at thepnrrhaser's experae.
W. RE01N, Trustee.
Je2* 3taw*ds THOS. DOWLING. Aact.
Y J AS. C. McU L IRE & CO., Auctioneers.
TBUSTEK3' S ALE OFTWO BRICK DWELLING
HOUSES NEAR Till NAVY YARD. BELONG
ING TO THE ESTATE OF THE LATE CUAS.
On MONDAY AFTERNOON. July 18th. at six
o'elock. on the premises, by virtue of a decree of
tbe Supreme Court of the District of Columbia,
sitting in chancery, paMted on the 9th dayof April,
1X61, in a certain cause wherein George W. Miller
is complainant and Ellen Miller et al. are defend
ant. ( No. J-*5,> we shall sell-r
Part of Lot No. 1, Square No. 952, beginning for
the same at 83 feet 6 inches from the southeast cor
ner et said lot, and thence running west and front
ing on M street 17 feet, thence n-rth 75 feetd
inches, thence east 17 feet, thence south 75 feet 6
inches to the beginning, together with the im
provements, consisting of a three-story brick
Immediately after, part of Lot 2, same Square,
beginsing for the same at a point en M street south
fe*t from east > th street, thence north abont
72 feet, thence west 23 feet 9 inches, thence south
about 72 feet, thence east 23 feet 9 inches to tbe be
ginning, together with the improvements, con
testing of a two story brick dwelling house
Terms ; One third in cash; the remainder in six,
twelve and eighteen months, with interest, for
which the purchaser must rive notes, secured to
the satisfaction of the Trustee*. The purchaser to
have the option of paying all in cash.
Oonvnyancing and atampa at the cost of the par
chaser*. , .
If the term* of aaleare not complied with in 5
days thereafter, the Trustees reserve the right of
reselling at the risk and expense of the defaulting
rnrchaser, on one ? U)?,S
' TH09. B!Ikt' J
)e 15 2aw A da
0o*1" J0F0Vi_v? osmST
B-tug th, oiJf tor BMin* P*lt
and Roofing Cement from aa o?d established firm,
ens afcrd to tell the above articles at th? WT
Roofers and thosa engaged in the bwln^aa a#?
requested to eall and see for ttennh?i, kariaft
large steeh of tne above aamad articles aSwaye ea
hand. ' 31>-lm
Try dohotamv blackberry oordial.
Prion, Si per HttM. Per sale ay all Drug
f iets. jefiS Ot
for bent and sale.
J\ 1NEB5 MAN.?A Grocery, Liquor and Provi
sion Store?Store and Houujor r-ni or lease and Fix
tures for sate ?The heuse contain* store, parlor,
(lining room, kitchen, water closet and bath room.
The store and rooms are completely furnished
with gas and water, and is an excellent stand for
bueMneas. The occupant intends leaving the city
on account of his health.
The house is situated on D street. No. 376, be
tween ISth and 13J* streets, only one square from
Penn. avenue. For terms apply to the owner oc
cupying the house. je2-3taw7w*
i^urnished Rooms for rent to gentie
r men only) in a private house, centrally loca
ted. References required. Apply at the 8tar
uaice. Jy 1-lw*
FCR LfcASE FOR A TERM Of YEARS?The
ROUSE and Spacious LOT eituated on the cor
ner of west 6th street and Louisiana avenue. No.
37, The lot containa Y427 feet. For conditions
of lease apply on he premises. jj 1-lw*
TO LET?FURNISHED ROOMS, without board.
Apply at No. 373 F street, corner of 13th,
FOR SALE-A r,RICK HOUSE and LOT, situa
ted in the most healthy location, and a splen
did view. Persons wishing to buy a good residence
would do well to call on E street north, between
2d and 3d streetB, Capitol Hill, near Jnenemann'a
brew house. Possession given after one week.
Inquire of J. HAL1DAY, 515 11th Street we*tj
near I'enna. av. ie :?-lw'
FOR SALE.?A neat frame HOUSE of six rooms.
No. 403 K street north. b?>twe?n 9th and K'th
streets west, (near Northern Liberty Markets) re
paired throughout. Persons wishing a residence
! in a healthy and good neighborhood, good water,
ni'ar to market, city cars and the public building
will please call and Fee it. Possession gfven at
time of purchase. Title indisputable. Inquire of
J. F. KELLEY,on 8th st., near I It. _Je3"-lw*
VALUABLE MILL PROPERTY FORSALET"
A valaable Merchant Mill, aitnftted on the Ches
apeake and Ohio Canal, two mile* above George
town, is for rale. It bas all the modern improve
ments of a first class Flouring Mill; has an ample
supply of water, drawn from the canal without
charge, and iR capable of manufacturing 120 bar
rels of Flour per day. An abundant supply of
wheat from the upper counties of Maryland and
Virginia, and from the> Georgetown market, can
be had at all times, wliiletbere is always a demand
at f^ir prices in I lie cities of the District for the
entire products of the mill. For the last few years
it has teen worked successfully and profitably,
w i th a prospect of its ecu tin nan
For tne laraer part of the purchase money a lib
eral credit will he given if (le?ired. My only rea
son forwishing to sell is itay desire to retire from
business. Apply to the subscriber. No. 70 Water
street, Georgetown, 1). C.
je yj-eol't' WM. H. EDES.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.?To gentle
men only. 306 !*th street, one door from Pa.
avenne. Je 22 tf.
F-'OR sale-with immediate possession. 1
The three story BRICK HOUSE, (and Lot.)
No. 559. 9th street. Island, between D and E
streets. It contains nine rooms, and is in all re
spec's a desirable residence and property. Apply
to W. D. WALLACH, Star Office. je 2rt-tf
(f>0R SALE-A small brick HOUSE and good
sized LOT, containing four rooms and summer
kitchen. Situated on 4th street, between N and O.
For particulars Inquire art GIBBS' Hair Store, 343
Pa. av., near 13th st. Je 17-lm
1 sale, STOCK, FIXTURES. GOOD WTLL and
three years' LEASE of a well fitted up Restaurant
on Pennsylvania avenue, (thirteen rooms.) now in
active, naying operation.
MITCHELL Sl SON. Real Estate Brokers,
8. E. corner Penna. av. and 15th street.
Je lO-eolm Washington, D. C
F"0R KKNT?To gentlemen, two neatlvfurniahed
CiiAMBERS,Tn a very pleasant and haalthy
location, near the State Department and Lafayette
Park, 4b0 New York avenue, and forty yards east
of the horse cars running from the Capitol to
Georgetown. Rent low. Je 9-tf
TO RENT?An elegant H0U8E, with Vrown
stone front, partially furnished, with all mod
ern improvements, centrally and pleasantly lo
cated, No. 444 E street, near the residence ofFec
retary Chase, together with largo brick stable.
The premises not to be rented for a boarding
house. For particulars inquire of Hon D. E.
SOMF.Son the i remises, or Capt. GEORGE ELY,
No. 37 4}m street. Poawtxiioa given iimq&iiately.
IT'OR SALE?100 ACRES OF LAND at B*lta
ville, liw acrea at Contee's. 60 acres at Laurel,
SCO acres at Savage, 160 at Annapolis Junction,
]<?) acres at Jewoa's Out, >60 at Hanover Switch,
45 acres near Klkridge Landing, SO acres ^ mile
from Baltimore. All on the Washington Branch
Railroad. For terms and description, apply to M.
BANKON, 33 St. Paul's st.. Baltimore, Md.
t e9-1 m*
ROOMS FOR RENT.?Comfortable and well
furnished Rooms at 450 12th street, between
G and H sts. The location ia on* of the most de
sirable in the city. my 24-tf
FOR SALE?A large and well-built three-story
BRICK HOUSE, with back bgiiding, N*. 171
2d street west, between B and C sts. Immediate
possession given. Apply to CHARLES H. LANE,
434 Pa. avenne. i?7-eotf
BEWARE OF IMPOSTORS !!!-Dr. LEON. for
many years a successful practitioner in New
York, has opened ( for a few weeks) an oBic# So,
4 14 Penn a avenue, between 4y? and i>th streets,
where those atllirted <either malo or female) with
diseases of Private nature may consult him. No
charge uiade if he fails to cure.. Persons at a dis
tance can be treated by addressing by mail.
ie 2-lm* |
r^OOD NEWS FOR THE TRAVELER.
A new line of U. S. Stares leave Pennsylvania
House, on C st., betwe?n and 6th -
sts . Washington, I>. C.. daily for/
RockTille. *la .,nt7,1^ o'clock.a. m | L... - -?? -
and Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, by pame
route for Frederick, Md , connecting lines
with Poolsville and other points. Having new
and splendid Coaches, I feel satisfied that general
satisfaction will be the result. .
Persons desiring to go from Georgetown will
Bud the stage at the Montgomery House, on High
st , every morning at 3 o'clock. jy 21 w'
RILLING OUT TO 0L08E.
GREAT REDUCTION IN BOOKS. STATION
ERY, AND FANCY ARTICLES.
The undersigned offer to the trade and public
generally great inducements to purchase, as lie is
closing out hia large stuck ?f goods preparatory to
leaving the city. _ .
Gieat bargains tn Books, Stationery, Photo
graph Cards, Albums, Knives, Scisnors, R'izors,
Boaas, Combs, Brushes, Perfumery, &c., Ac.
A large lot of goods at half price.
Several very tine Show Cases for sale.
For a abort time only, at
THE NATIONAL BOOK STORE.
278 Penn. avenue,
bet. 11th and 12th sts., Washington, D. C.
J* 1 Ira
The Cheapeat Store in the District to furnish
your house complete is
369 SEVENTH STEEST,
Between I and K Streets,
where Tou can get everything in the
HOUSE FURNISHING LINE,
such aR I
OIL CLOTHS, MATIIN(J
t HAT RACKS,
BOLSTERS AND PILLOWS,
BLANKETS, fee., Ac,
i Terms, Gash.
A discount of lu per cent, allowed on all bills of
9m and upward*.
BONTfc A GRIFFITH,
kt>9 7th street, bet. I and K stf.,
Je >> 6t Sign of the High Awulug.
TOBACCO- CIGARS* PIPES,4.e.,
503 9th st.. above Pa. ave.,eaat side, Washiegton.
The attention of sutlers And purchasers general
ly is .called to his atock, which will be foend to
embrace a great variety of every
line of bnsinesa.
return hia thong*. . ? _
patronage heretofore extended toni
_ D O O B 8 H'""1 1
^ . . ' . A.N^D BLINDS.
superior stjlegpd ^ ?rknian*b ip. uhiihw* are'gf
fering at lew nrice*. 7.
We reapectmlly invite builders and others to eall
411 """" srm?T,
MU8I0 JCANTERBURY HALL,) AND
HAL L) CANTERBURY HALL, t THEATER
Iftnr Corn* if Sixth Strut, Rtor */ Nation*! mi
Glome* L?i ?? Proprietor
w. a. cabitadoh Btmitomr,
COMMENCEMENT OP THE
COMMENCCMENT OP THE
COMMENCEMENT OF THE
COMMKNCEMEl.T OP THE
COMMENCEMENT OP THE
REGULAR SUMMER SEASON
REGULAR SUMMER SEASON
REGULAR SUMMER 8BASON
REGULAR SUMMER SEASON
REGULAR SUMMER SEASON
i NEW STARS'
NEW STARS !
NEW STARS !
NEW STARS! \
? ? 14.
K RESIT TAI.ENTi
FRESH TALENT 1
INCREASED ATTRACTION !
INCREASED ATTRACTION '
INCREASED ATTRACTION I
INCREASED ATTEANTION !
INCREASED ATTRACTION !
ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY! !
ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY I I
ANN1FNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY ! !
ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY !!
ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDIN ARY ! J
SPIRITUALISM OUT DONE !
And the Spiritualistic frand* of tbe
Eclipsed by the young and telented
ST. GEORGE SISTERS!
THE WONDER OF MODERN TIMES
Grand Drawinff Room 8ean<*PK of the eelebrnted
ST. GEORGE SISTERS, (1MILIE and KATE.)
?who will introduce tht* far-famed SPIRITUAL
FRAUD OF THE MYSTERIOU8 CABINET, in
which tb?- unaccountable manifestation" of the so
ealled SPIRIT HANDS AND ARMS, RINGING
Of BELLS. RATTLING AND FLIGHT OF
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, AND MYSTIC AP
PARATUS Will bv performed, claimed by the
DAVENPORT BROTHERS tu be performed by
SPIRITUALISM, but will, on. this oca-don be
done without the aid of the SPIRITS. The
8T. GEOROE SISTERS
Will do, outdo, and undo the
That i?, th^y w ill perform the SAME FEAT, with
MORE NOVELTIES, in QUICKER TIME, than
it has ever been done before, including the BIND
IN'G WITH ROPE8 by a Committee, and IN
STANT UNLOOSINO, "t.-. THE CABINET
WILL BE RAISED FROM THE STAGE, and can
be examined in anv way to be certain there is NO
HIDDKN MECHANICAL OR PHYSICAL FORCES
about it. This feut is without a doubt one of the
most I'iRFECT AND SCIENTIFIC that has ever
been invented, and RAFFLED THE CALCU
LATIONS OF THE WISEST wherever it has been
THE MYSTERIOUS DISPLAYS AND INCOM
IN SPIRITUALISM J
Made in the presence of these Young f,adies. hare
l>teii pronounced by tb>* Pr<jflsof Nw York, I'liUa
dtrlpbia, Boetoii, and oilier cities where the) littve
THE MOST STARTLING PHENOMENON THE
WORLD EVER WITNESSED!
, t , .
The exhibitions given by theae celebrated Sis
ters, are conceded by all to be
PAR MORE MYSTERIOUS
Than those of the renowned
as their experiments are made entirely
WITHOUT THE AID OP APPARTUS. AND
WITHIN THE SIGHT OF ALL.
Thereby assuring the most skeptical of their fair
ness in every particular. Their wonderful per
MUST BE SEEN TO BE APPRECIATED.
First appearance or
Tbe great Song and Dance Man. Also,of
MR. GEORGE ROBERTS!
The celebrated Maitre de Ballet.
Second week of the highly successful Local
BUSHWHACKERS OK THE POTOMAC'
BUSHWHACKERS OP THE POTOMAC '
BUSHWHACKEBE OF THE POTOMAC' '
BUSHWHACKERS OF THE POTOMAC'
BUSHWHACKERS OF *HE POTOMAC!
Pronounced by all who have witnessed it
THE BEST SENSATION DRAMA
Ever produced in Washington.
EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK.
The Great Sensation Drama, written expressly for
the Canterbury, entitled the
BUSHWHACKERS OF THE POTOMAC I
Bean Bickman, who Lived on his Shape w H
Mark Branton, Chief of tbe Bushwhackers...^. J
D? For rest
Jim Braxley, One of his Gang..... J J Dougherty
Lieut. Compton, U. 8. A ... Billy West
Tim Pagan, the Swampoodle Game Cock W B
Peter McGaffin. I Break V .9 Wilkinson
Michael Doyl?;...?/ of I ...?WStilea
Charley Finnegan.. j Day . ? ? TBurges
Murphy, the Piper.. I Boys. J.. P Thomas
Moll Dolan.a Hoxom Young Crayture.. J Mulligan
Mrs McLaughlin, a Sporting Widow. .Miss Porter
Peggy McCarthy,a Girl from Home. .Miaa Wesner
Florence Ricketts, a Dashing Belle. .MisaGardner
Miks Georgey Simpson..^ Miss Maggi Wilson
Mrs Mark Bran ton, a Union Lady. .MisrfM Gardner
Luey Gihnore, her 8i*ta* Miss Viol*
Black gal. Genuine Mahogany.. Misa Mary Young
Blind Eyed Bam., t nflokwh?rkarv I ? ? ? ' R*>man
gmohey Jake._. ) uaokwhachary \ g LindlW7
' 91 Washington*? W Stevens
Goddess of Libert, n Waife
Roberts,the Union Picket.*?. PBwagzart
Bushwhackers, Pickets, .tykjon 8?Mier?,Ac., by
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IUiu -lo : JOOicd ?'.!3(, ...
} i :m to ::
EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON
? Jfif ?wo 0*0L*?.
; ? no-i .i . ,
Ladle a M c?nU; Ctytf4r?n 10 cent*
1 , Jaa ci
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OHetrtw? i i ?? -i.t .
f mate Boxaa, holdlnf #?*
Doom open at 7 Mfe; firhflMII U
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ODD FELLOWS' HALL FAMILY RESORT.
BANKORD'S TROl'P* performs every evening
this week. N. B.?No Theaters open?the only
p^aee for Lading. jy~-2t*
* ODD FELLOWS' HALL.
SANFORD'S TROUPE A FEW NIGHTS MORI.
Grand Change each evening. Sanford performs
every evening. Doors open at 7.'^, Admission 23
and 50 cents. jy0-3t*
PIC NICS, EXCURSIONS, &c.
A GRAND AFTERNOON AND EVENING PIC
Will be ffiven by th? Magnolia Olub at the
TI VOL I PAHK. 7TII STREET. i
(two ]ot.s above Washington Park,) on|
THURBDAY, July 7th, 1S64.
A popular Brans and String Band has Veen en
gaged lor the occasion. Tickets 50 cents, admit
ting Gentleman and Ladies. jy 0 2t*
JJURRAH l-MORE_FJry.-TTLE KENNEBEC
ASSEMBLY IN THE FIELD AGAIN.
The Fourth Grand Pio-Nic of the Kennebec
Assembly will take plwce at Green Spring
PaviTlinu, on MON DAY, July 11, 1804. All _
arrangements have been perfected to make it'
Pic Nic." Police force in attendance to preserve
order. Dancing to commence at 1 o-'clnck. Omni
busses leave the corner of High and Bridge street*,
for the ground every 15 minute*. The Holy Hill
Band ha* been encag'-d. Tickets5ft cents. N<>dis
reputable charattx-rs allowed upon the ground,
Cbmmitte* of Arrmnrtments.
J T. Clements, Geo. Reynolds, J.T.8haw,
W.H.Latick. J . L. Buxall. ,1y 0 <t*
I OP TILE
GERMAN BENEVOLENT SOCIETY
ST. JOSEPH'S SOCIETY
Will be held at Geo. Juenemann's
PLEASURE d A K DEX.
On MONDAY, Joxs 11th, 1364,
for the benelit of the Orphan Asylum.
Tickets Fifty Cent?, for a gentleman and lady.
Jyftfit* THE COMMITTEE.
?T AFTERNOON AND EVENING PIC-NIC
Will be given at the
WASHINGTON CITY PARK
THURSDAY. Jnly7. 13R4.
Tickets5" eta*; admitting gentleman and ladies.
The Holy Hill Band has been engaged for the
M. Fennel, J. Ritter,
J.Worden, C. McDermott.
1 THE GRAND FESTIVAL
? N Aid of the German Relief Association for
Sick and Wounded Soldiers, which was to
come off on Thursday, June 30,1B>4, was
on account of the weather, and will be helduwa
on WEDNESDAY, July 13,1864, at Beyer'sSeveEt
The tickets now out will be good for that day.
TEAMER PIIENIX, Captain Stackpole, will
leave foot of 7th street every SUN
DA Y MORNING at 10 o'clock duringl
the season, for the above Summer8
The above steamer can be chartered to private
parties during the week, by applying to Captain
Stackpole, or 324 Pennsylvania avenue, up stairs
V> Corner of 12tk strut and Ohio avenue,
FREE CONCERT EVERY NIGHT.
Monday and Saturday's Concert commence at 3
o'clock, with a full Brass Band. The coolest Lager
In the city always on hand.- Je8-lm*
Washington, D. C., July 4.1864.
Pealed Proposals will be received at this office
until MON 1>AY- J uly l!5. at 4 p. m. for WMWO'sets of
Infantry Accoutrements, calibre :">8, to be delivered
in the following quantities, at the undernamed
Arsenals, vu :
sets at the New York Arsenal, Governor's
20.010 set* at the Frankfort Arsenal, Erideaburg.
2"i,'?0 sets at the Alleghany Arsenal, Pittsburg,
2O,?0 ?ets at the St Louis Arsenal, Mo.
jOLOCOsets %t the Watertown Arsenal, Mass.
The** Accoutrements are to be made In strict
conformity witb tlx- >?/-ic pattern sets to be seen at
the arsenals atmv< narm d,with the following excep
tions, viz: Tb<' >k<<uldir belt will bebuttwo inches
wide, and no shoulder licit plate will he furnished;
the inside tfnp of the cartridge box and cap pouch
are to be left off, and the ears are to be sewn on the
out?r flap; th?? letters U. S., with a border, are to
be atampt'd upon the cartridge bdx, the same size
and ftyle as on the plate which it replaces: the
cartridge box is to be sewed with nine (9) ana the
cap pouch with ten (10) stitches to the inch. .Sepa
rate bids will be received for the manufacture of
these Ac. outrements of i*re oak leather, of mix>d
tannuK* o<ik Jinish, a>id all hemlock. The belta are
to be of stained leather.
Samples of these Accoutrements can be seen at
the aboveuamcd arsenals uu or about the 20Ui
It is to be distinctly understood that this Depart
ment is to have the privilege of inspecting the
ork dote under any contract it may award, in all
stages of itsprogretl. especially to examine
the stock before cutting. They are to be subject
to inspection at the Arsenal where delivered,
before being received for the Government. None
are to be accepted or paid for except such as
art- approved upon inspection
Deliveries must be made in lota of not less than
one-twelfth (112th) per week of the whole number
contracted for; the tirst delivery to be made on the
13th day of August. lNj4.
Failure to make deliveries at a specified time
will subject the contractor to a forfeiture of the
number he may fail to deliver at that time.
The Accoutrements must be boxed in the usual
manner; tne boxes to oe chargeu at cost, to be de
termined by the inspector.
.Bidders will state explicity the Arsenal, or Ar
senals, where they propose to deliver, and the
number of sets they propose to deliver at each
place, if for more than one.
Pi* bids will be considered front parties other
than regular manufacturers and sucli as are
known to this Department to be fully competent
to execute in their own shops the work pre posed
for. Should any party obtaining a contract offer
Accoutrements other than those made in his own
shops, they will be rejected, and the contract
renaerea nun ana voi?. jPfce name and place of
manufacture of each parry obtaining a contraet
must be stamped on each part of each set of Ac
The bidder will be required to accompany hia
proposition with a guaranty, signed by two re
sponsible persons, that in case his bid is aecepted,
he will at once execute '.he contract for the same,
with good and sufficient .sureties, in a sum
equal to the amount of "the contract, to de
liver the articles proposed, in conformity with the
terms of this advertisement; and ia case the Raid
bidder should fail to enter Into the contract, they
to make good the difference between the offer of
said bidder and the next responsible bidder, or the
person to whom the cpntroct may be awarded.
The responsibility of the guarantors must be
shown by the official certiiicate of the clerk of the
nearest District Court, or ox the United State* Dis
trict Attorney. ? ? ' ti ?
Bondainasum equal to tie amount of the con
tract, signed by tbe contractor and both of his'
guarantors, will be required of the successful bid
der or bidders upon signing the contract.
FORM OF GUARANTY.
We, the undersigned, residents of , in the
county of , and State of , hereby.
Jointly and severally, covenant with the United
States, and guarantee, in case the foregoing bid of
be accepted, that he or they wjll at once
execute the contract for the same with good and
sufficient sureties, in a sum equal to the
amount of the contract, to furnish the articles
proposed in conformity to the terms of the adver
tisement, dated July 4,1864. nnder which the bid
was made; and, in case the said ?? shall fail to
enter into a contract, a* aforesaid, we guarantee
to make good the difference netween the offer of
the said and the nercfowest responsible
bidder, or the person to vhpn the contract miay
) Given under onr hands and seala
/this day of , 186-.
Witness: I Seal. 1
^ ??;i [Seal.l
To this guaranty must be appended the official
certificate above mentioned.
Each pari.y obtaining a contract will he obliged
to enter into bond with approved, sureties for it*
faithful execution. ^ TV
Upon the award being made, successful bidders
will be notified and furnished with forms of con
tract and bond a * i . ? yi ,
The Department reserves the right to'reject any
or all bids If not deemed satisfactory. (special -
ly those made by parties who have failed to make
time deliveries under prfvioss ientracts without
furnishing satisfactory reasons ifer-aach ilelin
auency. * t? i' ^ *
proposal# will be addressed to''Brigadier Gene
" ~ "* ~ unsay. Chief oPOrdnance. Waah
ral George D. Ramsay
"DIaSOS.?We have received this day, 4 Pianos
X of Steinway A Sons, and 6 Of Haines
Aa PtanM are advant
.ims in search of a reliab
examine our assortment.
test corner 1
.Mil ti 1
THE REBEL RAID.
Conflicting Reports of it* Progress?An
other Proclamation by Got. Curtin? Hi*
Views on the Threatened Invasion?Gen.
Hunter on the War-Path?Latest Ru
mors, Speculations, Etc,,? The Rebel
Forces on this ISide of the Potomac?
Their dumber Estimated at 30,000.
f Dispatch to tne Chronicle.)
Baltimore, July 6 ?I have ju?t conversed
With a gentleman who left Frederick at m
o'clock this afternoon. He says a small rebel
cavalty force was, shortly before, at the moon
tain, three miles west; also that from to t>u()
rebel cavalry were in Middletown Valley this
morning, and plundering without discrimina
tion every one they came across.
It is impossible to say how many Insurgents
are on the raid. The greatest consternation
ftrevailed at Frederick when my informant
eft, and in his language, there was a regular
stampede. Onr pickets had been coming in,
though it was believed the number of the en
emy near Frederick was small and only cav
It is useless, however, to deny that, there is
a formidable force of the enemy in the western
region of Maryland, and the sooner this fact is
known the better?how many, no one is ex
actly able to estimate. The great body of them
is thought to be west of Harper's Ferry.
The rai." >ad rnns only to Sandy Hook, oppo
site Harper's Ferry. Gens. Wallace and Tyler
are very active concentrating their troops.
The rebels seem to be scattered, and their
main object is to rob. They also conscript in
discriminately, and are more desperate than
Baltimore, July 6?p.m.?I now learn from
later and reliable sources that the rebels are in
Williamspor*, Hagerstown and other portions
of the State, but not in any formidable body.
They are plundering In all directions, stealing
horses and securing supplies.
[Despatches to the Associated Pree?.]
Gov. Cnrtin and Gen. Conch i it Council.
Philadelphia, July 6.?A special to the
Bulletin, dated Harrisbnrg, to-day, says :
General Conch has just received a despatch
which leads us to believe that our cavalry
were forced out of Hagerstown to-day. The
despatch is dated atone o'clock this afternoon.
It is believed the rebels have only cavalry.
Our troops are concentrating at Chambersburg
and beyond. The Governor will call imme
diately for more troops, in addition to the 1:2,000
called out yesterday, so that the old trcops in
the department may be sent to the front. The
old Pennsylvania Reserves are docking to the
rescue. Gen. Couch is nere, and is for me
present in constant communication with Gov.
JB\LTiMOr.E, July 6?!? p. m.?The following
is all that has been received from the upper
Potomac up to this hour:
Some excitement was caused at Frederick
tbis afternoon by the fact that a slight skirmish
had occurred between our pickets ana a small
squad of rebel scouts between Frederick ana
Point of Rock*.
From the movements pei .eptlble among the
en*my at Harper's Ferry to-day. it was sup
posed that Hunter's forces were actively press
ing them in the rear.
Nothing definite could be ascertained, but
there is every reason to believe that Hunter
will be heard from to some purpose beforu
Every possible precaution has been taken by
General Wallace to guard against the possibil
ity of any surprise movement by the enemy in
this direction. Shonld they come wiihin this
department they will meet with an uncomfort
There are some exciting reports to-nigh; as to
the presence of a large force of rebels near Har
per s Ferry, but they are not deemed reliable.
The Raiders at Hagerstown.
Hap.rip::cbo, July (5.?A dispatch from
Chambersbnrg states that a rebelrforce, sup
posed to be Bradley Johnson's brigade, entered
Hagerstown this afternoon. The Federal
forces at that place, under I,ient. McLean,
after a spirited resistance, were compelled to
fall back on Greencastle, v. ith which place we
still had telegraphic communication up to ?
o'clock p. m.
Cars Running to Sandy Hook.
Baltimobe, Jnly c, 10.15 p. ip ?Dispatches
received by the officers of th^ Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad, up to 9)? to-night, say that the
rebels had not yet made any attack on onr
forces at Maryland Heights. Oars are running
safely as far as Sandy Hook. It is reported
that a small body of rebels are at Middletown,
about ? miles from Frederick, near South
Rebel Force Thirty Thousand.
Baltimore. July ?i, Midnight.?In addition
to what has been sent from here to-night,
there are reports that have reached the Balti
more and Ohio Railroad dtpot, that the enemy
are in large force on this side of the Potomac.
Some estimates are as high as :?0.(i00.
This, however, is thought to be very doubt
Proclamation of Gov. Curtin.
Harripbcbg, Jnly 6.?The following pro
clamation lias just been issued by the Gov
ernor : 4 >,
It is now ascertained that a large rebel force
has been detached from Richmond, and is ad
vancing on the north-. So large a portion of
onr army is at remote points that it becomes
necessary to raise immediately a sufficient
body to repel them. They are already within
the borders of <lie Commonwealth. Yon have
always heretofore been ready to answer the
call of your country. You wiH not be lees
ready to come forward when your homes and
firesides are tojbe defended against a profligate
horde of plunderers. I am authorized by the
President of the United States to call for l'J,000
volunteers, in addition to those required|^y my
proclamation of yesterday, to serve for loo days
in Pennsylvania, Maryland and Washington
and its vicinity.
I appeal to the freemen of Pennsylvania to
ronse themselves for the necessary effort, and
ccme promptly to sweep the invaders from the
soil. I refer to the general order from the
headquarters Pennsylvania militia, No. 50,
dated Jnly 5,16C4, published with this procla
mation, for the details of the arrangements.
I do most earnestly request the good and
loyal men of the Common wealth, and especial
ly the veteransoldiers in all her borders, to
sho W. themsdPves to be worthy of her in tbis
emergency." .Her sons have established lor
themselves, oa many a bloody field, a reputa
tion for the martial virtues which they will not
now* forfeit, when both their well-earned fame
and the safety of their homes and families are
at stake. j(. ?li Sliebb,
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
All Quiet at the Front?Me Fighting on the
[Correspondence of the Chronicle.]
Nxab Pb^babobg, Jnly 3,8 p.m.?Nothing
of interest has Occurred along onr lines Bince
writing my last despatch. There are those who
expect a fight to-morrow. Warren and Burn
side have each a battery of Six guns planted on
their lines. They are 32-poundern.
Mortar firing continues. !t does bnt little
damage save! to onr breastworks, and that is
repaired after dark.
The only place where skirmishing can now
be heard on onr Une is in front of Wilcox's di
vision, ?Jth corps. The rebels and onr men are
growing very familiar, this is upon the right
and ttlt of that division. There is evidently
some design in-keeping up a continual fire at
this point by night and day.
Jdlt4i llp. m^-The 4th ef July is over.
There has been, neither incident, battle, nor
bloodshed. Nearly every one was disappolnt
edv The prospect for a fight was, by good
judges, considered excellent. The reb*"|?' 1
opine, i?ert 'as mnch deceived as our men.
Two deserters cdtttefroin their ranks into onr
lines last night. Qjtoe before these men. made
a similar attempt with less success. This time
th#v were not fired at; oa the contrary. Were
wen received when they informed
it was their intention to "spend anotner * ourth
inThelfnion'' The Wathis, tbev expected a
tremendous assault from the "Yankees," and
stopped out early timo tiy the forelock
and avoid the dangrtji which, on the morrow,
might culminate in death
r? r3JYl ; ?
Death ef the Fefet George P. Morris.
avtftrson Brawniow is about removing his
KnoKViUe Whig ftym Cincinnati to Kaox
Tills. I m m
? mr Five cases of mnrdsr and stotbuigs oo
in Philadelphia oa Jaiy 4th.
p.i t ?f>. .. a i
?ei ? r?.ii
. FBfUV' SCWOOfc EXAVlNATlOaft.-The e?
tarnation si the f^blic schools wu coaunued
Tu*?day afternoon, as follows:
Primary, .$jo. 3 i female), First District, SKm
M. J. Mills teacher, was examined by Mr.
Tu?tJn. Thrre are ?6 scholars upon the rolls,
of whom 5) were present, alias Mills has,
?dormjc the pa.-t.yev, received 14 scholars into
her school, and tranalerred H to hlghtr schools.
Id orthography. abbre\iatigns. rules for ap
iraliziug, ciphering and geography the achoU
ars< pniM a v?ry creditable examination. The
thiru class in sV*>lhrift was a little defiant,
bet what they larked in this branch they made
np in dicta'ion. The first class in mental anih
iLfti" appeared to be a little backward, but
\ti\f- is not, we think, the fault of the tea.-her,
as the school labors nnder gr? at riisadvan
ages, being plnced in a room where two other
schools ar?> ungbt. The second class In men
tal arithmetic appeared to rood advantage.
The specimen books of penmanship of these
scholar*, dating from to lWt, show excel
lent progress This school is held in a room
(In which there ars two other schools) on the
corner of Pencsylvantaarenue and l?th street,
and certainly one at least of the schools should
be removed immediately, as the teachers com
plain that owing to the contusion they are un
able to do justice to their scholars
.Secondary. No. 4, was, in the absence 01 Mr.
Brown, examined by Mr W. O. Lipscomb, Jr ,
In a thorough manner. The teacher < Miss A
M Kirk) can congratulate berselt upon th?
general result of thia examination, a* the ex
aminer expressed himself greatly pleased witn
the progress made by the scholars. Miss Kirk
ras upon ber rolls fifty-four scholars, fifty of
whem were present at the examination. She
bas during the past year transferred to Mrs.
Rodier's scHool thirty-five cf tier b*st schol its.
The scholar! were exaniiued in spelling, dicta
tion. ortbograpfcjr, practiv-al and m*nul arith
metic, ciphering, geography, &c , in ail of
which they did well, but in seme they deserve
particular mention. The penmanship of the
classes (of which there are three) was excel
lent in all. In ciphering also, the classes did
remarkably well. The classes in mental arith
metic were subjected to a close examination,
passing a satisfactory examination. The first
and scond classes, which were heard together
ir. geography, were quite proficient, and it is
the intention of the teacher to transfer these
scholars tQ a higher school shortly.
Mr. Lipscomb, at the conclusion of the ex
amination, expressed his gratification at *ae
progress all the scholars had made, but regrets
ted that ther** were none of the parents of the
children present, for it would have been an
encouragement to the children as well a* the
teach* r. Mr. L. reminded the scholars that the
next best friend after their parents was their
teacher, anU be arged them to be patient, and
not neglect to do well because they got tiredjat
times. It was, said Mr. L , a great deal of la
bor to learn all they had repented during the
examination, but they would have their re
i M iss Kirk's school is held in a rear room In
the basement of Union Chapel, on 20th street.
The room is a very large one, and would do
well lor school purposes if more light aud bet
ter ventilation was provided, which can be
dene at a small cost.
Second District.?The Female Grammar
School, taught on the second floor of the old
Medical College, (corner ol inth and E streets,)
Miss Boggs, teacher, w.-is examined Tuesday
afternoon in the presence of quite a number of
the pareutB and friends of the pupllsand teach
ers from other schools, amontr whom we no
ticed Mr?. Amidon, Miss Evans and Miss Ram
sey, of the other female grammar schools; also,
Miss Lowe, Miss Morphy, Miss Van Horn,
Miss Wheatly, Miss Billing and Miss Wood
ruff. Rev. Drs. Gillett and Gray, '/. Richards.
Esq., and other gentlemen were also present,
and took part in the examination, which was
conducted by the three trsstees of the Second
District?Messrs. Miller. Wight and Rhees?
and Messrs. Ellis and Wilson, of the Fourth
and First Districts.
The r?om was handsomely decorated for the
occasion, there being a profusion of wreaths,
evergreens, &c., throughout, interspersed with
numerous national flags: and on the north side
of the room were displayed banners, with the
following inscriptions:?'? The PnblicSchools,
the Palladium of Liberty;" "Our Free Schools,
the nursfc*ies ol a free people;" "All honor to
our country** gallant defenders." During the
exercises the scholars sang a number of pieces
with fine eftipct, being accompanied on the
piano by ene of their number. A composition
was read by Miss Lemon in excellent style, the
theme being "The Teacher," and received
much commendation as a remarkably well
The examination was commenced at one
o'clock and was protracted until near eight,
and in some ol the studies the scholars did ex
cellently. The classes in written arithmetic
passed a good examination, but the e was no
examination in the important study of mental
arithmetic, which study in most of the schools
is an important-feature. The dictation exer
cises were fair and the reading in concert was
gcod, in some instances very good, the reading
of Miss Fletner, for correct pronunciation, ex
pression and punctuation, especially deserving
notice. The scholars in geography were rather
backward: also in the governmental instructor.
In natural philosophy they parsed a good ex
amlnatka. and the deficiencies in the other
branches named may have been occasioned by
the fatigue of thepupile. the examination being
continued at too great a length. The vooal
music w as excellent.
This school was full during the vear, but at
rtfsent has but 44 on the roll. Many have
withdrawn dunng the year, some just before
ihe examination. which is injustice to teacher
and school. The order ol the school was very
At the close of the exercises Mr. Richards
ccmplimented the young ladies, stating that if
they could only remember the schools of fifteen
>ear6 ago they would be surprised at the pro
gress, and he predicted that fifteen years hence
those \v ho lived will see the schools of that day
as far ahead of the schools of this day as the
latter are aht-ad of those fifteen jtars bacB.
Mr. Wight also complimented the sclool, and
was followed by Mr. Wilson, who referred to
the fact of somany scholars leaving just before
the examination, thereby preventing the teach
er getting the credit she was entitled to, and he
thought that the trustees ought, iu admitting
scholars to the schools in December, to give the
preference to those who would attend the en
Fourth District.?Secondary No. 4, Mrs. Bow
en, teacher, was examined by Mr. Murtagb,
assisted by Mr. J. E.Thompson. A very fair ex
amination, the teacher laboring under disad
vantage, having only a Primary at the begin
ning of the year. The singing by thebjys was
very good, and they displayed excellent pro
ficiency in spelling.
Secondary No. 5, Miss Sarah Eckloff, teach
er, was examined by Mr. J. E Thompson, as
sisted by Mr. Murtagh. The whole examina
tion was most excellent. The mental arithme
tic and reading were especially good. The
singing was good. There was a large number
of parents present, we are glad to say. The
room was handsomely decorated, aud the s :hool
and room altogether presented a thoroughly
NOTICE.?Persons desirous of bavin* any JOB
KINO done in the Brick line, by leaving their
orders at ANDERSON'S Bookstore, 45?7th stre?t,
opposite the Post Office, addressed to W. E.
DANTE, Bricklayer, will be promptly attended
D"? o-oods! DRV 0 00 DSI,
Ladies, call at the NEW STORE if you want to
8ft your money'a worth, with no advance oo goods.
ood Cotton at 36,? and 30c.; full yard wide at
3T.C. Prints at 2.r,7%, 28 and 30c. Chint* pattern at
r. L&wqii at25.21 and 31c. Hoop Skirt* ?t fl.
18 and ff.Sv Bilk Mantillas at $6. jfl, fM and
SM. G?od Black 811k atfl.3?. ?1.37 and |l so. Cor
sets at ?1.60 and *1.73. Mo*smbl<jue? st 30, 35 and
38c. Bhalie at M. * and Sc. Tow?lin*
Table Cloth. Diaperins, Gloves, Hosiery of dl
kind*. The satire stock baa been bought before
tie last rise, and will be sold without retard to
present price?. AJI summer soods at lew than
?ost; Hemember^the place-BKNJ. NEWMAN.
443 7th st.,thr<-e doors above the Patent Offioe.
N. B.?A isrie lot of remnants of Cotton,
Lawns and Calico at.half prises; J,Q?) yards of Li
ning in remsy^jrejyj&heap. je3i^ 1 w*
TO CITIZENS OF WASHING-I
TON AND VICINITY.
We invite the attention of citiieosta
of the District who wish to purchase ?
CROCKERY, GLASS WARE. CUTLI
vr ^tATBB WARE, to our stock, which is very
complete la every department, ana at lower prises
tbsa the sane elassof roods can be purchased in
Northern cities. WEBB & HBVERIDQL,
? ??/ . Odd fellows' Hall, 7th street.
jy l-6t [Chronicle.]
ROPOSAL$ Will be received for buildin* a
Chapel for the Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church,
From the 4th $o the 10th of July. Plans and speci
fications can be seen by calling at 329 south B
it., Capitol Hill. The Committee reserve the
fbt to receive er reject all proposals. )r J 3t*
?: "'Mrt&ittrioiC ~~
HE 0opsr4nership heretofore esiStis* under
firm orKIRKLAND ft DOWLING is ihw day
liMoWed brin*?ual?opseoU M kiRkLAND,
?eeeipt for afl^a7counts dne the late firm. )y3 3t
''S-H'T.. /?:. ??.
tatty la the Wstrlet t? kaei
?rabie s*?esse, had built a
s me only machine in town, wad Cms at the ealy
jpJMR TS " TIN TiH TINTS lit
Sutler's Teat* mate aid fbr aals b]
EABNU 4 HON,
* . i Mar